Foreign News: Theory of Navigation

The many-motored DO-X, back in Germany after her winter in the U. S., roared over Fehmarn Belt last week, a strait between Schleswig-Holstein and the Danish island of Laaland. Down below was a little grey barkentine plowing through the water with all sails set: the German naval training ship Niobe. It was a bright sunny afternoon but the air was rough. The DO-X dipped low over the Niobe in salute, then hurried on.

A half-mile from the Niobe was the little steamer Therese Russ. Her Captain Mueller leaned over the bridge admiring the sight...

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